Whenever I need to tighten up my spending habits, I notice that things like gym memberships and pricey exercise classes seem to be the first to go. I tell myself, “I’ll just go for more runs” or “I’ll work out at home,” knowing good and well that I’ll be eating cookie dough by the ton in bed and feeling like crap within a few weeks. But really, I love to workout. Well, sometimes I love to workout (I’m not Beyonce), but you can only do a Julian Michaels
If you’re an active person and a smartphone owner, I have two products to recommend. First is the Spibelt, an impossibly comfortable sports belt with a stretchy pouch that can accommodate keys, cash, your phone and other walker/runner/biker essentials.
The second is the Jabra Sport Bluetooth stereo headset, which lets you listen to music and FM radio and make/take calls while you’re exercising–all without wires. (Well, sort of.) The Sport has a list price of $99.99, but right now
Image courtesy of ICanHasCheezburgerThis week we cover the NCAA football scandal, the Kardashian wedding, how to dumpster dive, weird jobs, cooking with Ramen and using Twitter to predict the future. Also a shocking exposé on the origin of cat videos. CNN: The epidemic of college football scandals – So there’s a totally unsurprising scandal in college sports, but this one is reaching such a fever pitch that it might just (finally) rewrite how the sport operates. Given the